Sega Dreamcast - Released - August 7, 2003
Aikagi: Hidamari to Kanojo no Heyagi (あいかぎ 〜ひだまりと彼女の部屋着〜) is a Sega Dreamcast visual novel.
Sega Dreamcast - Released - September 20, 2001
Air for Dreamcast and PlayStation 2 is a console port of an adult visual novel with the same name that was first released as Air as a PC title. This port, however, reduces adult rating and removed all the sexual content, but in turn adjusts the story to those removals and adds new graphics and scenes. Additionally, it includes full voice-acting for non-playable characters (NPCs).
Sega Dreamcast - Released - April 12, 2001
The player takes a role of a young male assistant to the picture book writer who just went on a tour of Europe for an inspiration. You, on the other hand, desperately want to prove yourself in the area, but your inspiration is as dry as an empty well. So, you decide to take those three weeks of holidays to return to your hometown and give your best to come up with something solid or completely give up on wanting to become a picture book writer. Your hometown is a couple of hours from Tokyo by bullet train, though it is a rather rural area so it requires a switch to a more local train. Upon...
Sega Dreamcast - Released - September 30, 1999
Black/Mtrix Advanced is an enhanced version of Black/Matrix. The game is set in a world which is controlled by demons, who have defeated the angels after a prolonged war. You control Abel, an angel who serves a female demon master (which you choose among several available characters in the beginning of the game). You and your master develop deep feelings for each other, but then your master disappears, and you decide to find her at all costs. The Dreamcast release comes on 2 GDs (instead of the single CD of the original), and features many anime-style cutscenes that were not included in the...
Sony Playstation - Released - September 10, 1998
In Debut 21 the player is the manager of a cybernetic singer, model & actress and have to take her to be a star. To make that you can choose the different trainings of your future star: Singing, dancing, model or actress training. Every training or show will make the energy of the star to decrease so the player have to recharge it. There are also other different upgrades to buy for improving the stats of the cyborg. There are different kind of possible jobs to earn money: Model, dancer, actress on advertisement, record a cd, etc. The player have to be careful of the cyborg motivation or...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - July 12, 1996
DE・JA is a remake of the computer game of the same name, a Japanese style detective/mystery adventure with adult scenes. The remake features higher-quality graphics; some locations/characters were re-drawn from scratch, sometimes to the point of looking differently from the original design. Voice acting was added to the dialogues. Some cutscenes were added, or altered by including animated sequences. Text and gameplay remain largely the same. The verb commands are now represented by graphical icons, but object sub-menus look exactly the same as in the original version, and generally the...
Sega Saturn - Released - July 11, 1997
Sequel to Doukyuusei. Two years has passed Since Doukyuusei, The setting is a new Town and a new Protagonist. The goal is the same, romance a girl or girls of your choice with their own stories and quirky personalities. If you're lucky during your pursuits you might run into a familiar face.
Sega Saturn - Released - August 9, 1996
In Dōkyūsei, the player takes the role of a high-school student (default name Takurou) in a Japanese town; his parents have just moved into a large mansion in a good district. The boy has to go to the new school, but his mind is preoccupied with one subject only: pretty girls. Instead of studying hard, Takurou decides to explore the city and to find out more about its female inhabitants. Dōkyūsei is more interactive than most other Japanese adventures, utilizing point-and-click interface (with context-sensitive icons for talking, touching, etc.) and featuring free top-down navigation...
Sega Saturn - Released - April 29, 1999
Friends: Seishun no Kagayaki is a console port of an adult visual novel Dousoukai for PC. Sega Saturn port was released 3 years after the PC version and has all the adult content removed but is fully voice-acted. A PlayStation 2 port came 5 years after the Sega Saturn release in two versions, first one marked with age 18 restriction and second one a year later with age 15 restriction. Both PS2 versions, however, do not feature adult CG event scenes, but are fully voiced and have a new opening animation whereas Sega Saturn version does not feature an opening animation. This is the first game...
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 9, 2003
Interlude is a visual novel for PlayStation 2 and an updated port of the original Dreamcast release that came out a little over half a year earlier. The PlayStation 2 release has an updated artwork, expanded story scenario and new CG event scenes.
Sony Playstation - Released - March 6, 1999
Jailbreaker is a 3-D rendered action game where you play the part of a red haired girl who wears a gratuitous bikini top. Your mission is to escape from prison. NEC’s PlayStation game JailBreaker is another odd mix of action and adventure mechanics that doesn’t quite come off as exciting as it should. The first-person view is interesting, but the game goes from slow and dull to “oops, I walked into a room and died when fast-moving enemies are introduced about half an hour into things. The tagline on the two-disc game, Die or Escape, Shila, may as well read Keep Dying, Shila as you see...
Sega Dreamcast - Released - September 13, 2000
Kanon for the Dreamcast and PlayStation 2 consoles is a port of an adult visual novel Kanon. The console port had adult rating reduced to all ages by removing all the explicit content, but in turn has added new graphical content. Additionally, the console versions feature full voice-acting except for the protagonist, while the original PC (Windows) release of the game had no voice-acting at all.
Sega Saturn - Released - January 29, 1998
Mahou Shoujo Pretty Samy: Heart no Kimochi (魔法少女プリティサミー ～ハートのきもち～) is an adventure game for the Sega Saturn. Contains two stories: "Nazo no Shinheiki!? ~Codename wa Kirakira Rakuda~" and "Moero! Honou no Choco ~Valentine made ato 3 hi~"
Sega Saturn - Released - August 8, 1997
Mahou Shoujo Pretty Samy: Osorubeshi Shintaisokutei! Kakubakuhatsu 5 Byou Mae!! (魔法少女プリティサミー ～恐るべし身体検査!核爆発5秒前!!～) is an adventure game for the Sega Saturn.
Sega Dreamcast - Released - November 16, 2000
Mercurius Pretty: End of the Century (メルクリウスプリティ ～end of the century～) is an adventure game for the Sega Dreamcast.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - July 30, 1993
Nemurenu Yoru no Chiisana Ohanashi is an Adventure game, developed by NEC and published by NEC Interchannel, which was released in Japan in 1993.
Sega Saturn - Released - October 8, 1998
Yusuke returns as the manager with a whole new cast. So the new male lead is Maeda Koji. Despite being late after an "accident," Koji manages to get the job as the Carrot's waiter because he's very persistent. Included within the set are Azusa (who hates Koji for his perversion), Ryoko (the manager who's sweet on Koji by working him very hard), Aoi (the token alcoholic), Jun (the secret-hiding waitor), and Mina (Azusa's cute little sister).
Sega Saturn - Released - January 22, 1998
The protagonist of the game is a Japanese high school student, who was frequently transferred from school to school in various cities of Japan. During the summer holidays, he receives an anonymous letter, containing only one sentence: "I want to meet you". He decides to travel to all the cities where he attended high school, and resume the contact with the girls who could have sent him this letter. But which one did send it, and which one is going to be his true love?.. Sentimental Graffiti is what is usually referred to as dating simulation. Instead of following a story, like in adventure...
Sega Dreamcast - Released - July 27, 2000
Sentimental Graffiti 2 happens some time after the first game, and instead of high-school setting it fast forwards to college setting. However, the protagonist in this game is 2nd year university student, Kouhei Shiina, whereas the original protagonist from the first game had died in an accident and while he is not present in this game, all the heroines he met in the original game are back in this sequel, ready for the new protagonist to meet them for the very first time and start a relationship. Kouhei is a member of a photography club and is looking for someone who will model for his photo...
Sega Dreamcast - Released - September 25, 2003
The story of Snow starts when the main protagonist Kanata Izumo revisits a small village from his childhood called Ryūjin-mura (龍神村, lit. "Dragon God Village"). He is revisiting Ryūjin-mura to help manage a local inn with hot springs, Ryūjin Tenshukaku (龍神天守閣, lit. "Dragon God Keep"), alongside his cousin Tsugumi. In the village, there is an old legend: In ancient times, Ryūjin-mura was protected by the dragon goddess. However, one day the goddess fell in love with a human, which is strictly forbidden, and this incident caused the village to be always covered by snow after that. The game then...
Sega Saturn - Released - June 28, 1996
Tanjō: Debut puts the player into the role of a music company agent, who has to work with three potential stars of entertainment: three young girls named Aki, Kumi, and Saori. In the beginning of the game, the player views the statistics of each girl and her personality description. Afterwards, the training begins. Most of the game is spent planning schedules for the girls. Practicing music skills, working, having a vacation - everything has an influence on the girls' statistics. It is important to keep the girls happy and reduce their stress; at the same time, having vacations without...
NEC PC-FX - Released - July 12, 1996
Tenchi Muyō! Ryō-ōki FX includes Tenchi Muyō! Ryō-ōki with slightly better graphics (full-screen pictures instead of framed ones), and a whole new chapter, which is dedicated to officers of the Galaxy Police. The new chapter centers around the green-haired Hakua, who works for Mihoshi Kuramitsu, one of the game's main characters, and Detective Kiyone Makibi, Mihoshi's ex-partner.